Antoine Monzonis-Calvet aka Atone
asserted his talent as a composer when he granted us with a cosmic and ethereal journey through his first album 'Un An
', released in June 2006. A journey that he spent some time transforming into a real live project, together with the help of drummer Tanuki
and of some videos - the latter being changing and of unusual formats -, so as to offer a surprising live show where macintosh and drums face each other (lit by the movies) and which was played in several serious places thoughout France.
At the same time, Atone opened his bag of tricks and invited some guests to rework tracks from 'Un An' as they pleased. On this occasion, he called on artists such as the English band The Remote Viewer
), who hypnotize the audience with their new version of the track 'Seul', or the English artists The Boats
) who give 'Au Revoir' a renewed touch of melancholy. The Japanese band Lullatone
) also takes part in this work and transcends 'Resonance' into a children's nursery rhyme, where the voice of Yoshimi Tomida is resplendent. Pandatone
) shatters Introduction though a disquieting prism, whereas Tony
(listen to his 'Itinérances' EP
, released on ADIM
) decorates 'Rupture' with a hundred bells. Praveen (Neo Ouija
) dilutes 'Accordeon' into a harmonic version with emphasized nostalgia, before the Angers-based Tanuki
, helped by a few friends, delivers an acoustic and partially sung second reading of 'Resonance'.
Like a distorted and refreshing echo to Un An, Un An Plus Tard EP
is the third in our series of free ep's derived from cd records previously released on ADIM.